According to an official press release in Bengaluru city, the exams will be held in 135 exam centres for 97,218 students. Eighty of the centres considered 'most sensitive' and 86 centres as 'sensitive'. The exams will end on March 31st, and the results are expected to be announced in the first week of may.
The security sections are very tight enough, with the appointed invigilators having 2,184 supporting staff and 64 flying squads to ensure that there is no cheating. An officer pf the PU Board said that “We have directed the directed the district administrations to close all Xerox shops in the vicinity of the exam centres. Police protection will be given to those centres that are considered sensitive and most sensitive. District collectors have deputed officials from other departments to help the board to provide total security to all exam centres”.